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Whatever your reason for deciding to close down the company, so long as certain conditions are met the directors may choose to request that the Companies Registration Office (CRO) strike the company from the register.
This request is made by filling a Form H15 with the CRO within 3 months of a members Special Resolution to wind up the company.
The Form H15 must include:
To strike off the company, the shareholders must pass by way of special resolution (not less than 75% of votes) that:
An application for strike off must be accompanied by evidence that public notice has been made of the request for strike off:
Any person may deliver to the Registrar within 90 days of the date of publication of the strike off notice an objection to the striking off of the company in the Form H16. The objection must be confined to the ground that one or more of the strike off requirements above have not been satisfied.
VOLUNTARY STRIKE OFF
€199 + VAT
Whatever your reason for deciding to close down the company, so long as certain conditions are met the directors may choose to request that the Companies Registration Office (CRO) strike the company from the register. As a firm of Chartered Accountants, Incorpro can close your Irish Limited Company (Voluntary Strike-Off) at a cost of only €199 + VAT, which includes the National Daily Newspaper Advertisement and CRO Fees. Use our online form to start the Voluntary Strike Off process today.